The Live Coin Q&A panel, originally established in 2019 by the late Ken Peavey and his diverse team of experienced and budding numismatists, review coin images and coin questions from viewers live on YouTube and deliver their best answer.
You can seek out information on the internet about your coin, do your initial research first, only if you cannot find your answer, send it to be reviewed by the live Coin Q&A panel. Here are some sites we use as valuable sources of information.
Be sure to take a picture of the full front and full reverse of the coin as well as close up pictures of the anomaly you want to show. Crop the images, add arrows if you wish, but please please send high-quality images of your coins. Blurry images will likely be rejected and not make it to the live show.
Why do we ask for the reverse? Because the absence or presence of anomalies on both the obverse and the reverse are key to diagnosing your coin question.
Create an email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org and add a good short subject to the subject line. In the email body ask your specific question and attach your images. Send off your email. If an email doesn't include a specific coin question, or the images are too blurry, it will not make it on the live show.
If you get a reply to your coin question, take note of the coin information provided, following through to links to additional information, read and learn the specific information as you build your knowledge of coins. If you do not hear back, it is likely that your email will be read on the next live stream.
The Live Coin Q&A channel streams every Monday at 7:30 pm Central Time on YouTube. Participate in chat, ask a coin question and join in on the fun! Our YouTube channel is called Live Coin Q & A. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2jlQ5QxZ2ulGeOnxnyV_Ag